The Soul's Power by Maureen Philpott Napier

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Maureen Philpott Napier had just turned forty years old. Personally and professionally, she was at the top of her game. But on March 26, 2006, she suffered a paralyzing multiple sclerosis attack. Her life, her work, and her identity changed forever. During that first year of her diagnosis, she changed from being a food scientist by trade to a scientist exploring her soul.

In this memoir, Maureen shares her battle with this progressive, destructive disease for which there is no known cure. Through her emotional, personal story and through poetry, Maureen narrates the challenging, but rewarding healing journey back to life. The path was often dark, painful, and lonely. But The Soul's Power describes how she came to understand God's gift to her and how she continues to recreate her life and write her words of wisdom from her soul.

An inspirational story of self-awareness, The Soul's Power demonstrates how one woman faced her demons and realized her greatest strength was buried deep within her.

 

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Published December 18, 2009 by iUniverse. 188 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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